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Aloe Vera juice is really beneficial for detoxifying your blood stream and your entire body. It has also some benefits for those who have various digestion problems like irritable bowel syndrome and Ulcers Syndrome. Making Aloe Vera juice at home could be a messy work, if it is done improperly. Here are some effective steps to make Aloe Vera juice for you.


Aloe Vera leaves

One sharp knife

One tablespoon of vinegar

One cup of water

One cup of sliced fruits (any)


Process of Making Aloe Vera Juice:

Collect some fresh Aloe Vera leaves from Aloe Plant.

Carefully peel off the rinds from the Aloe Vera leaves with a sharp knife and then discard them.

Peel off the yellow layer under the rind of the leaves using knife and discard those parts too. This yellow part can be also removed by using one tablespoon of vinegar and one cup of water. Soak the leaves without rind in the mixture of vinegar and water. When the yellow layers are not there anymore, you will have the clear gel of Aloe Vera.

After removing the rinds and the yellow layers of each leaf, collect two tablespoons of Aloe Vera gel.

Put the clean Aloe gel immediately in a blender. If you let the gel outside for a long time, bacteria can attack.

Add some other fruits like grapes, apple or orange in the blender for extra flavor.

To have smooth appearance, blend the juice properly.

Pour the juice from the blender into a glass.

Now just sip and enjoy.

Boons and Benefits of Aloe Vera Juice:

Aloe Vera juice contains various anti-bacterial benefits.

It can provide a good sense of wellness, healthy weight of the body and can increase energy.

Drinking Aloe Vera juice twice a day can provide optimal benefits to your health by relieving digestion problems.

Homemade Aloe Vera juice can ensure a healthy drink without any harmful preservatives or unhealthy additives.


Make sure that the gel from Aloe Vera leaves is being used immediately. Otherwise the gel will be oxidized after sometimes and will lose the valuable nutrients.

Try to remove all the yellow layers under the rind. If these layers are being added in the juice, the drink may cause diarrhea and serious stomach discomfort.